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Could someone please tell me what I would have to do so I can dial in to Solaris through a modem and login?

Thanks in advance.

Jomar
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You have to correctly set up the modem on a TTY and then configure GETTY to run on the TTY. This can be quite complex and requires a lot of work for a novice. Suggst you start with studying GETTY.
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You may be able to configure it through admintool using the Modify Serial Port option, check the Connect on Carrier option and enter /usr/bin/login as the Service.
 

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